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View a Menagerie of Glass in Dearborn

It is common at this time of year for families to visit pumpkin patches and farmers markets all over the state in search of a special orange squash that is just the right shape and size to become one of...

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The Delectable Brews of Fall

Welcoming a new season isn't just about a change in weather, it also brings welcome changes that are sure to please the palate. For example, it turns out that pumpkin and autumnal spices can taste just as enjoyable in a...

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Los Angeleno Recommends Her BMNFest Favorites

I'm sitting on a plane, listening to the list of snack options being presented to me by my American Airlines attendant, turning them all down, knowing I have something with me that's even better.  Rosted Spicy Crunchy Lentils. Otherwise known...

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How Strong is Your Beercabulary?

July marks Craft Beer Month here in Michigan. The quantity and quality of craft beers continues to grow each year, here in the Great Beer State, leading more and more people want to taste new versions. Unfortunately, in some cases the...

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Stocking Up on Michigan Spirits

Sometimes it’s hard to tell which came first, the rise in popularity of craft cocktails or the availability of handcrafted and small batch spirits, but they unquestionably go hand in hand now. Consumers are increasingly on the hunt for unique...

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8 Delicious Ways to Celebrate Michigan Wine Month

May has been proclaimed Michigan Wine Month by Governor Rick Snyder. According to the official proclamation Michigan's wine grape and wine industry contributes $5.4 billion in economic impact, including $253 million in tourism spending and creates more than 47,000 jobs....

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Flavorful Michigan Salsas Are Heating Things Up

 With summer barbecues and picnics just around the corner it’s the perfect time to explore some of the most flavorful salsas coming out of our state. The abundance of produce grown locally, and the creativity of our entrepreneurs, has led...

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